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  • Happy Hour of the Week: Naked Grape Wine and Tapas

    Happy Hour of the Week: Naked Grape Wine and Tapas
    Wine connoisseurs should bring their own corkscrews when they check out the sweet deals at Naked Grape Wine and Tapas, where wine bottles are half-off on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. During happy hour, house wines and bubbly cost $5. Small plates such as...
  • Pastor de Calvary Chapel Bob Coy renuncia por 'falla moral'

    Pastor de Calvary Chapel Bob Coy renuncia por 'falla moral'
    Miles de feligreses que asistieron a una reunión especial el domingo por la tarde en Calvary Chapel Fort Lauderdale quedaron atónitos al saber que el fundador y líder de los populares de la mega-iglesia, el Pastor Bob Coy, habían renunciado abruptamente....
  • FOOD

    FOOD
    Dining Out for Life: What started as a small fundraiser in Philadelphia in 1991 has grown to a nationwide, one-day blowout to raise much needed money for people with HIV and AIDS. In Broward County, 14 restaurants have signed on to participate with all...
  • Former Fort Lauderdale Commissioner Tim Smith may seek state House seat

    Former Fort Lauderdale Commissioner Tim Smith may seek state House seat
    Tim Smith, a former Fort Lauderdale commissioner, may run for state House of Representatives. “I’m giving it some thought, actually. I’m not ready to tell you anything,” he said. “I don’t know if you could consider my...
  • New book shows Allen West hasn't changed direction

    New book shows Allen West hasn't changed direction
    Allen West is back, with a new mission. And the newest venture for the soldier-turned-congressman-turned-full-time conservative provocateur is vintage West. He's out with a new book that doesn't pull any punches and most certainly doesn't soften the...
  • Gay Democrats helping Nan Rich raise money

    Gay Democrats helping Nan Rich raise money
    Several figures in Broward’s gay and lesbian community are helping Democratic candidate for governor Nan Rich raise campaign money. Among them: Wilton Manors City Commissioner Julie Carson; Tim Ross, president of the Dolphin Democrats gay and...
  • Women's political group endorses Nan Rich

    Women's political group endorses Nan Rich
    The National Women’s Political Caucus of Florida on Friday endorsed former Florida Senate Minority Leader Nan Rich of Weston for the Democratic nomination for governor. Beth Lerner, Florida president said: "The National Women’s Political...
  • Ex-weatherman guilty of two teen sex crimes

    Former TV weatherman Rob Lopicola's hope for a full acquittal faded Thursday when a Palm Beach County jury convicted him on two out of three sex charges involving a former Boca Raton teenager. The six jurors returned a split verdict, acquitting Lopicola...
  • Warnig files for Wilton Manors

    It's official now. Christopher Warnig, the young candidate with a colorful background, said he has filed to run for Wilton Manors City Commission. By 'colorful,' I'm referring to allegations by law enforcement that he was unlawfully posing as one of...
  • Tiny village gets little sympathy from Broward County commissioners

    Tiny village gets little sympathy from Broward County commissioners
    LAZY LAKE – Joseph Fodera and John Boisseau offered a litany of complaints Tuesday about the high cost and bureaucratic requirements of government regulation. The twist: it was one government complaining about what another government is doing to...
  • Smartwater Distribution in Miramar on Saturday

    Smartwater Distribution in Miramar on Saturday
    The Miramar Police Department is the latest South Florida law enforcement agency to announce it's trying out the liquid known as SmartWater CSI, used to permanently mark valuables and, for a short time, the burglars who touch them. The agency says it...